I recently started a new project in my studio called Studio Table. With local Chef, Ben Roche and my business partner, Michelle Wei- We're bringing people together to challenge expectations and create conversations, beginning with a shared meal. My intentions with this project has been to branch out to new communities and ultimately, take advantage of my creative space by inviting new conversations.
Just last week Studio Table hosted a unique dinner with lululemon. Candles and evergreen branches dotting the table and new faces coming through the door, this dinner, our capstone of 2016, was an opportunity to let mental background noise settle and live fully in the present moment.
Focused on the intersection of mindfulness and connectivity, the evening began like many others, but took us into deeper territory—thanks to ideas lululemon brought to the table. Their background as a grassroots company and the value they place on self-improvement and development gave us common ground—which sparked conversations and emboldened us to participate purposefully. -- Read more on our Studio Table Journal, here.
Also! Check out more fun projects with lululemon sf on Instagram.
A word on partnerships: With the objective of remaining true to my art and lifestyle, I only agree to partnerships with companies I respect. Therefore, I’m thankful for companies like lululemon, who are involved in bettering communities, and support my practice as an artist. I want to be as transparent as possible out of respect for my readers and in accordance with the FTC law of 2013. All content and opinions are my own. For more information on my views please read my open letter regarding partnerships.